President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has dismissed four top officials of the Liberian National Police.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf presented her post-Ebola recovery plans at the 2015 World Bank Spring Meetings. She spoke on Friday morning at a high-level roundtable featuring the heads of state of Guinea and Sierra Leone.
Between August 1, 2014 and October 31, 2014 the Liberian government received US$15.1 million for Ebola relief which were channeled through the National Ebola Task Force which was replaced by the Incident Management System. The report identified US$792,000 in financial irregularities, lack of or inadequate documentation, unreported fuel, unverified fixed assets and in some cases negative confirmation from third parties.
In a nationwide address on Wednesday, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf urged Liberians to always unite in the midst of challenges, as the country had done during the Ebola crisis. She used the speech to outline efforts to maintain Liberiaâ€™s progress against Ebola. She also summarized her post-Ebola recovery strategy.
A local gender activist in Margibi County is advocating for more victims comply with authorities in reporting and investigating crimes against women.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs has set up a special committee to investigate the March 4 murder case, which led to the burning of some homes and business centers in Zorzor.
Nimba County officials provided new information to residents on issues concerning the recent Ebola developments. Fong Zuaglay, superintendent of Nimba County, and Collins Boah, the county health coordinator, spoke on Radio Nimbaâ€™s live talk show, â€œWake-up Nimba.â€
The quest to reach a point of no new Ebola cases appears to be threatened. There have been fresh outbreaks of the Ebola virus disease in Montserrado County, threatening the return to normalcy and the reopening of schools.